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NCAA Womens Lacrosse Championship Tickets
Event: NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship
2019 Champion: Maryland
2020 Location: Baltimore
2021 Location: Towson, Md.
2022 Location: Baltimore
NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship TicketsLacrosse fans from throughout the United States and, in some cases, the world, will head to Baltimore, Md., in significant numbers for the upcoming 2020 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship. This event, which will include two semifinal contests and a national championship match, is scheduled for May 22 and 24. It will mark the culmination of a long, competitive season that started with 115 teams looking to get to the championship. Of those, 28 will have been selected to a single-elimination tournament on May 3, and they will be narrowed down to four once the quarterfinal contests have been concluded on May 16 or 17. StubHub is your source for NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship tickets.
Where will the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship take place?Women’s lacrosse fans can make it an annual tradition to head to the Baltimore area for Memorial Day weekend as the 2020, 2021 and 2022 Women’s Lacrosse Championships will all take place there then. Homewood Field, which is where Johns Hopkins plays its home games, will welcome fans to the 2020 and 2022 events. It has a capacity of 8,500 and is located within the Baltimore city limits. Meanwhile, the 2021 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship will be held 5 miles to the north, at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Md. It seats 11,198 and is home to the Towson Tigers.
Who won the 2019 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship?Homewood Field also hosted the 2019 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship. Maryland, having traveled just 35 miles from its campus in College Park to Baltimore, celebrated following its 12–10 win over Boston College in the national championship match. The Terrapins got there after knocking off Northwestern, 25–13, in one semifinal. Boston College outlasted North Carolina, 15–14 in double overtime, in the other.
What was the attendance at the 2019 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship’s title match?A sold-out crowd of 9,433 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship ticket holders watched the Terrapins and Wildcats battle for a title at Homewood Field. It was the fourth-largest crowd in championship game history. The record is 11,668; that’s how many watched Maryland defeat Boston College, 16-13, in the 2017 title tilt in Foxborough, Mass.
What television coverage does the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship receive?Indicative of the popularity of this event, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship title contest has been broadcast on national television for the last several years. In 2019, the two semifinals were shown on ESPNews while ESPNU broadcast the title contest.
Which team has won the most NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championships?Maryland’s 2019 title was its 14th, the most in NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship history. The Terrapins have claimed four of those within the past six seasons. Meanwhile, Northwestern is second on that list with seven championships, all won between 2005 and 2012 with five of those coming consecutively, from 2005–09. Princeton and Virginia have both won three national championship trophies.
Who is the westernmost team to win the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship?Lacrosse is a sport that’s focused on the Northeast as all but one school that has won an NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship trophy is located in that region of the country, between the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and the University of New Hampshire in Durham. However, that one exception is a powerhouse: Northwestern, which is located just north of Chicago in Evanston, Ill. In the 2019 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament, three teams from outside the Northeast advanced to the quarterfinal round: Northwestern, North Carolina and Denver.
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